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Old Posted Nov 8, 2008, 7:04 PM
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damn, China is really going forward.
Meanwhile, USA is stalling big time.
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That's a redesign, right ?

I think I remember that the complex had just one, much less attractive, super-tall tower.
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Thanks for creating the thread malec. I'll try and help keeping it updated.
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Chinese Citys Dalliance With Super Tall
Published on 2007-10-17 by Skyscrapernews.com
Yet another super tall project in China, this time in the city of Dalian, has started, almost without any fanfare.

Dalian is a city few readers outside of China and Korea will have heard of. Despite this it has a population of about three million that has been a development zone since 1984 and is one of the main centres for China's north-east region.

The project called the Dalian Yujing Centre is a multi-tower development composed of is composed of 1x81 floor building 384 metres tall, 1x60 floor building and 3x43 floor buildings. The firm who has designed the scheme is the American NBBJ Architects.

At ground level several of the towers including the tallest ones have their own landscaped plazas with the center of the plot covered largely by a huge glass canopy that will connect the buildings together. Underneath will be an enormous five floors of basement parking.

Puncturing the sides of the main two towers are a series of atriums glazed in transparent glass running from only a few floors to ten levels high big enough to house sky gardens with mature trees inside them. They help to open up the interior of the design and animate it more than a solidly clad finish would.

Work has already begun on the construction of the project with excavation, not a small job due to the amount of earth that needs to be moved for the basement, well under way. If everything goes to plan then foundation work should begin before Christmas.


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Btw, they posted at SSC that the main tower might be revised upwards to 455m.


I wish they had kept the very early design though: 1x83, 1x82 floor twins:
http://www.etonholdings.com/wuye4.asp
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Wow very nice. The taller tower reminds me of the Chase Tower in Houston. Cause it looks like it has 5 sides in all...
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Btw, they posted at SSC that the main tower might be revised upwards to 455m.


I wish they had kept the very early design though: 1x83, 1x82 floor twins:
http://www.etonholdings.com/wuye4.asp
Those twins don't appear on the link you posted.
I don't remember exactly, but weren't they kind of dull ?
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It looks very attractive IMO.
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Those twins don't appear on the link you posted.
I don't remember exactly, but weren't they kind of dull ?
They do.




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Oups.
I even suspected that the big shadow was that of the tall towers.
I expected something more explicit.

Well, thanks for the clarification.
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The Constructions Of The Three Apartments Have Been Finished
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I had to look up Dalian on the map. Cool looking structures.

this photo is just screaming for the first ever skyscraperpage photo/rendering caption contest.
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Very nice!
They will look great in the Dalian skyline.
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have you ever been dalian. not only skycrapers part, but also the arrangement and greens
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